Smartphones are essential for their work on almost every person. They are excellent when you are using them for your personal use, but are you aware smartphones can be as essential to your business? There are top business smartphones that can make running you’re a business smooth and easy. A lot had changed from the time when Blackberry was in every person’s mouth when it came to business and smartphones. Rivals have come up with other smartphones to court the enterprise business, and the competition is arguably good for the market and for potential buyers as they now have a wide choice of different smartphones to choose from. Here are some of the best mobile for your business.
1. OnePlus 5
It’s arguably one of the most brilliant performers for the price. With the weight of 153g, Dimensions of 154.2 x 7.3 mm and running on Android 7.1 Operating system, the OnePlus 5 offers a super-slick performance, and it’s available at a very affordable price. The smartphone has a battery life of 3300mAh and RAM of 6GB/8GB thus it won’t cause any lagging problems. The great battery life also means that you will have your phone a long time without the need to recharge. Another interesting aspect of the OnePlus 5 is its storage which is 64GB meaning you will comfortably store lots of your business information and files. It features a 1080p 5.5-inch AMOLED display on the front and boasts the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Looking to spend as little as possible on a good smartphone for your business, OnePlus 5 is the way to go.
2. iPhone 7
Apple’s latest release and arguably the greatest in the iPhone series. The phone is faster, smarter and water resistant exactly what you need for your business. With storage of 32/128/256GB and RAM of 2GB, iPhone 7 offers a better battery life so that you can work for long without recharging. However, for those people who need to work with their devices all the time, they should have access to their chargers. The device has a simple user interface and a variety of great quality business apps at your disposal to help run your business. iPhone 7 offers security features that you need for your business.
3. BlackBerry Priv
The first BlackBerry device to come with the Android operating system. The phone has a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, Snapdragon 808 processor meaning it’s reliable regarding speed. Has a RAM of 3GB storage of 32GB making it easier to store lots of your business data. Has a battery of 3410mAh and offers an excellent display. The phone also boasts impressive security features so you can limit those people that access your business information. However, the phone is not cheap but has great features for your business. The device will appeal to most business people that want the security halo associated with BlackBerry. Overall, the BlackBerry Priv is a fantastic piece of kit for your business.
4. Samsung Galaxy S8
The Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with an improved display and enhanced security features. The 5.8-inch screen offers 83 percent move screen-to-body ratio. The AMOLED displays provide sharp, quad-HD+ resolution that improves performance. The S8 comes with a battery capacity of 3,000mAh. The S8+ has a battery capacity of 3500mAh. The S8 and S8+ are built on Samsung Knox platform which the company says is a defence grade security feature. Users can also use the camera to unlock the phone with iris adding to the fingerprint scanner which will help you keep all your confidential and sensitive business information safe.
5. Microsoft Lumia 950
The Lumia 950 is a great phone, especially when paired with a display dock. The phone operates on a Snapdragon 808 processor and 3GB RAM to enhance its performance. The storage of 32GB and battery capacity of 3000mAh makes this phone a good choice for your business. The smartphone comes with security features such as nice iris-scanning lock screen that enables you to hide sensitive data of your business. The Lumia 950 operates on a Windows 10 Mobile OS, the latest operating system from Microsoft which promises a smooth user experience in regards to application and display.
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